Please choose from one of the projects below to view samples of our recent work:
LED National Lighting Nangor Road
Burger King Liffey Valley
Eir Churchfield (phase one)
Eir Churchfield (phase two)
St Kevin’s NS
Unit 416 Blanchardstown Retail Park
LED National Lighting Nangor RoadThis project consisted of the fit-out of a ground floor shell and core approx. 400 sqm. 30mm liquid screed was poured throughout to achieve a complete flat surface for carpet tiles. Fully glazed frameless glass made up offices with interface carpet tiles. Full Mechanical, Data and Electrical upgrades with new LED lighting and Air Conditioning. Back of house consisted of male, female and disabled toilets with new sanitary ware, tiling etc. The kitchen consisted of a grey Arianne door and formica worktop with a vinyl on the floor.
• 400 sqm of floor area
• Full Mechanical, Data and Electrical Upgrades
• Partitions, carpet tiles and decoration throughout
• Frameless Glazing to offices
• Interface carpet tiles
Client: National Lighting
Design Team: Oppermann Architects
Burger King Liffey ValleyIn 2018 Tricon have commenced the refurbishment of Burger Kings Restaurants across Ireland. The new design includes the complete strip-out of the restaurant space, new plasterboard bulkheads, suspended ceilings, feature ceiling rafts, new floor tiles wall tiles, timber panelling, fitted joinery, fitted furniture, decoration and the upgrade of mechanical and electrical services.
Project Size: 120 sqm
Project Value: €100 K
Client: OKR Group
Design Team: OKR – In-house
Warrenmount NSThis project consisted of the complete strip-out of three existing classrooms, upgrading one home economics room, the conversion of one classroom into a fully operational commercial grade kitchen and canteen space and the conversion of the remaining classroom into a relaxation space. Tricon engaged with the design team and the client (pre-contract) to identify possible value engineering opportunities that satisfied the design criteria, met the school’s functional requirements and fitted within the funding criteria. The new facilities of some 600sqm, comprise of an eighty (90) seat canteen space, complete with commercial grade kitchen space, fully fitted home economics space with new fitted joinery, appliances and interactive teaching screens and large break-out/ relaxation space complete with an interactive learning space.
90 seat canteen space
Fully fitted commercial grade kitchen
Fully fitted home economics space
Large break-out/ relaxation space
Project Size: 600 sqm
Project Value: €388,170.00
Client: Warrenmount Secondary School
Design Team: Paul Keogh Architects
Eir Churchfield (phase one)
This project consisted of a complete refurbishment to the staff canteen in Eir Churchfield Cork.
Demolition and strip out included timber slat ceilings, partitions, folding walls, floor tiling, joinery and M&E. The new flooring throughout was an Amtico vinyl laid on a screed. The old ceiling was replaced with a new plasterboard ceiling painted white and a new LED slim line light fitting. All new joinery consisted of walnut doors, frames, architraves, skirting. To the rear of the canteen a foldable wall allowed a separate room for audio visual and presentations to Eir staff and during larger events the wall can be folded back to make the canteen one large area. A new steel door and concrete ramp was installed as an emergency exit to the rear of the canteen. Radiator covers were installed along the windows to the full length of the room. Full Mechanical and Electrical upgrades to the canteen. The kitchen was upgraded with new equipment and a meeting room and corridor were included in the refurbishment works.
600 sqm Internal
Eir Churchfield (phase two)This project consisted of the complete strip-out of existing offices to complete a new 87 person call centre on the second floor, a new 27 person call centre on the first floor, new training rooms, tea stations and common areas with a total of 1200 sqm approx. floor area. Full Mechanical, Data and Electrical Upgrades, new fan coil units, fresh air supply through ductwork, new carpet tiles, and suspended ceiling tiles. The new joinery was 60 min and 30 min fire and smoke door-sets in Oak veneer. Supply and fit of new triple glazed aluminium windows to the ground floor offices. The new tea stations included high gloss white doors and a black formica work top. Builders works consisted of coring through blockwork and mass concrete, chasing, firestopping throughout and forming concrete plinths for Air Handling Units and Condenser units. The project was completed in 12 weeks. Project Features • 1200 sqm of floor area • Full Mechanical, Data and Electrical Upgrades, AHU’s and ducting • Perimeter Bulkheads, carpet tiles and decoration throughout • Furniture for 114 people Project Size 1200 sqm Project Value €650K Client Eircom LTD Design Team Eir Property Cundall Eir M&E Tricon
St Kevin’s NSThis project consisted of the complete refurbishment of all toilets to both the boys and girls schools, including 32 classrooms, disabled toilets, staff toilets and public toilets. Works included new tiled walls, new altro flooring, new doors, new sanitary and decoration works and new extraction systems to each classroom. The project also included the complete upgrade of the drinking water supply to each school and the installation of new work benches and sinks to each classroom.
Project Size: 40 nr toilet blocks
Project Value: € 350 K
Client: St Kevins Boys and Girls National Schools, Tallaght
Design Team: Morley Walsh Consultant Engineers
Railway UnionThis project consisted of the renovation of the shower and changing facilities, extension and refurbishment of the existing function room, public toilets, kitchen space, patio area and public carpark. The project was completed over 12 weeks in a live environment where the bar space remained open and sports and private functions continued throughout the project. Site access was extremely difficult and all goods and vehicles were required to access the site through 2400 wide laneway. Tricon worked closely with the client and the design team to ensure (where possible) normal club operations could continue without compromising public health and safety.
400 sqm of floor area
300 sqm of carpark space
New external storage facilities
External motorised awning and new patio area
Refurbishment of existing bar space
Lighting, emergency lighting and fire alarm upgrade
Hot water and Heating upgrade
This project consisted of separation works to the land and buildings owned by Eircom LTD at 37 Heather Road, Sandyford, Dublin 18.
All drainage and services were re-directed so each building had their own standalone separate services with regard to storm water, foul water, electrical supply, water supply etc. The Eir Exchange building was partly demolished with a new gable end built with structural steel and block work. The external walls were completed with a cream Weber render and aluminium Reynaers doors. Full mechanical and electrical upgrades with a new kitchenette and disabled toilet. There was a new roof over laid onto existing to give a 15 year warranty. A new palisade fence with single and double gates enclosed the exchange building and a new entrance with a precast concrete stairs on Heather road were provided. The car park was laid with new tarmacadam and a new landscaped area completed to the front of the building. Part of the building was cladded with an anodised aluminium cladding to match in with the existing windows and security shutters fitted to the internal window reveals. Internal finishes included Forbo flooring, decoration throughout, Mosa tiling, Armstrong suspended ceilings, fire doors and cherry skirting. The area surrounding the building was fully landscaped with plants, shrubs and trees.
600 sqm Internal
900 sqm external
Kavanagh Tuite Architects
Scollard Doyle Cost Consultants
Kavanagh Mansfield Engineers
Cundall Services Engineers
Irish LifeTricon are currently in phase 3 of a three-phase refurbishment and fit-out project on behalf of the Irish Life Group, the project is scheduled for completion in spring 2018.
The works include the complete strip-out of over 6500 sqm of office spaces over 5 floors, the installation and upgrade of existing power and data services, new stud walls, glazed walls and staff canteens, new floor wall and ceiling finishes and the upgrade of passive fire protection throughout the floors. The works will be carried over three phases with phased possession and within an occupied building. Tricon are acting as the lead contractor and PSCS on this project.
Project Size: 6500 sqm
Project Value: €800 K
Client: Irish Life
Design Team – Phase 3
Urban Solutions – Project Managers
Fitzgerald Kavanagh & Partners – Architects
Kerrigan Sheanon Newman – Quantity Surveyors
Unit 416 Blanchardstown Retail Park
This project consisted of the complete strip-out of an existing retail unit with a total of 1000 sqm approx. floor area. Pad foundations were formed out of hours to support structural steel columns and the steel columns and beams were erected to form supports for a Mezzanine floor. All steelwork was painted with fire rated intumescent paint and tested to confirm 60 minute fire rating. The Mezz floor consisted of 360 sqm of Tegral Comflor 80 with 10mm rebar and a concrete finish. All new and existing steels were boxed in with a Gypsum detail with 15mm fireline board to give 60 minute fire rating. A new steel stairs with concrete threads was fitted to the back of the unit with 60 minute joinery and partitions on the ground and first floors. The fire-stopping details were challenging due to the locations that needed to be fire rated. Tricon worked closely with Arup Fire Engineers to agree details, the scope of works and sign off on all works completed. A new lift pit, lift shaft and 8 person lift was constructed as part of the landlord works. An AOV was fitted into the existing roof as part of the new fire certificate. An air sampling system was fitted internally to the lift shaft and connected to the fire
alarm. All works completed in 10 weeks.
1000 sqm of floor area
15 tonnes of structural steel for Mezzanine
80 cubic metres of concrete for Pad foundations and Mezzanine floor
New lift pit, lift shaft and 8 person lift
Glass CentreThis project consisted of the construction of a new ESB sub-station and switch room including groundworks, internal concrete trenches, new rising and external blockwork walls, four(4) hour fire rated in-situ concrete roof, external ESB substation doors, internal and external fire rated doors and the attendances and connection of new ESB power supply. Tricon engaged with the client, the design team and the ESB to ensure the updated 2016 design and specification for ESB sub-stations was completed on time, on budget and snag free.
45 sqm substation and switch room
Four hour fire rated blockwork walls and in-situ concrete roof
All works meeting current ESB specifications and details
ESB substation doors and fire rated steel doors
Project Size: 45 sqm
Client: The Glass Centre
Design Team: Kavanagh Mansfied & Partners